Purim Story-Telling Exhibition
by Joel Bros

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Activities for young children
by Gila Ansell Brauner
I. Make your own exhibition

1. Tell the Purim story using the pictures.

2. Work out the main points with the children; if this is a large class, divide them into twos and assign a different part of it to each pair.

3. Each child then draws one picture for a new exhibition, (so that there will be two pictures for each event in a larger class). Make up two exhibitions on opposite walls.

II. Picture mix and tell

1. Print out the pictures and photocopy them for each group of 5 or 6 children. Mix up each series and put in a plastic envelope. For the youngest children you may wish to reduce the series to 10 pictures.

2. If you have already taught the Purim story, have children look at the pictures as a class and guess what they represent, recall the main points of the story.

3. Each table of 6 receives an envelope and they have to piece together the story from the pictures. Then they can colour the exhibition, add to the pictures, and hang it up.

Chag Purim Sameach!
Lelystad, Holland, © 1999






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